These features and enhancements will start rolling out during the week of May 16th, 2022.
We’ve added support for additional tracked keyboards. We’ve also added the ability to manage your saved keyboards in the Settings menu.
We’re adding support for 3DS credit cards for the Meta Quest app store in VR. This additional security protocol adds a layer of protection in online payment transactions when you make a purchase.
We’ve added a new capability to our existing unlock pattern allowing you to lock individual apps on your Meta Quest headset. This allows you to use your device unlock pattern to control access to existing apps in your library.
We’re transitioning all 1:1 communication (messaging and calling) on Messenger in VR to use end-to-end encryption. This provides an additional layer of security when using Messenger in VR.
We’ve added additional audio features to help everyone hear every sound in VR. These include:
You can find these settings in the Accessibility section of your in-VR settings panel.
With this release, we’re moving controller settings out of experimental status and into the settings panel to make it avaliable for everyone.
You can always find our release notes up to date on our support page here as well.
@Oculus_RyanS The release notes link you supplied only goes to v38. We need to refer to your posts in order to see these. Also, I think you should pin this thread and unpin the v40 ptc thread since it is no longer relevant.
it also would be nice to see some release notes for the oculus desktop pc app. Thanks mate and cheers.
V40 on my Quest2 looks sharper and more detailed for me best I've ever probably seen it,looks amazing.
controller nag screen is a pita,3 seconds after you 'let go/put it on the floor' and it nags
started around V36????
only it used to be relatively randomish when the nag screen came but now its a timeable 3 secs
I am concerned that gamepad input is broken in version 40 and it is very important to me that I have gamepad support for our upcoming demos at AWEXR. I have been using gamepad input with several apps and it is working great in version 39 with an Xbox controller on 3 different headsets. However, a friend in the UK with a Quest 2 that has been updated to version 40 finds that gamepad input is not working with the same apps. Would you please verify that gamepad input is still working in version 40? If so, I am puzzled as to why my friend is unable to use his gamepad with the same apps I do and it worries me for my upcoming demos at AWE. My only option to be safe is to keep my headset off the network so that it doesn't update in the next two weeks until AWE is over.
So still no windows 11 compatibility? At this point it's clearly not a priority. Only reason I got the quest 2 and got rid of my CV1 was because I could use link to play all the games I have, I've been missing out on the last 6 months of pcvr releases because of this.
Also, what happened to Quest 2 app sort + from v37.0? I still don't have that feature.
I just got v40 earlier today with my Q2. All seems fine so far with standalone (except that the Prime Video app still does not work) and PCVR with Air Link using oculus, steam, and viveport apps. Overall, the clarity seems a little better. Also, no more Oculus logo on power down. Cheers.